A family with tons of children has them all compete in an election to be crowned king.
It was mildly entertaining. Not particularly bad, not particularly good. I did enjoy the main character, Akane, with how shy she was. That was pretty consistently amusing.
But in general, the show is just not too exciting. It would be way better if this was a battle for the succession Game of Thrones style. But no, instead of attempting to assassinate each other at breakfast, they’re helping out at their siblings campaign events. It doesn’t feel like anybody actually wants to be king.
I don’t know. I really have nothing to say about this. It wasn’t bad, but I’m sure I’ll have forgotten all about it in a month or two.
- Storytelling – C – Pretty low-key.
- Voice – C – Meh.
- Characters – C – Lots of characters, fairly unique, but didn’t have time to do much interesting with them.
- Attention Grab – C – Somehow I finished it without much trouble.
- Production – B – Looks fine.
- Overall – C
Recommendations – Minami-ke, Working
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i have a brand new anime or manga featuring a wealthy thirteen year old genius named Adam lee he lives in Tokyo Japan he lives in a big fancy house he likes to invent all sorts of tech and sells them around the world he is a very young entrepreneur and a business executive later at the age of nineteen he becomes the youngest prime minister of Japan and is a very experienced politician he is friends with Evangelina a very skilled medical doctor along with Rachel who is a journalist and a ninja plus a world famous stage magician named prince or king Jacob and Laurie who is a skilled swordsman descended from samurai we later see that they get summoned into a different world called Elysium by a old wizard named Merlin to help defeat a evil king of monsters and freaks of nature named Master Leviathan they are joined by Merlin’s apprentice named Gabrielle to defeat Master Leviathan and his evil forces of monsters and freaks of nature.